Climate Change

I cycled over 6,000km across the United States to document climate change. Here’s what I learned

Climate change is affecting mountain landscapes and livelihoods across the United States, including the Rockies. Image: Florian Reber

Florian Reber

Senior Manager, South Pole


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The impact of climate change on Montana's rivers not only effects the ecosystem, but also the economy. Image: Florian Reber
Farmers, ranchers and entrepreneurs in Montana are developing solutions for climate-related challenges. Image: Florian Reber
Impact of a forest fire at Rice Ridge in Montana's Lolo National Forest, another devastating effect of climate change. Image: Florian Reber
Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado. Image: Florian Reber
If you connect with nature, you'll be more inclined to protect it. Image: Florian Reber

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